AndroGel Multidistrict Litigation Grows Beyond 2,300 Lawsuits

The multidistrict litigation facing the makers of AndroGel has grown beyond 2,300 individual cases, according to testosterone attorneys. AndroGel is a synthetic androgen, specifically a testosterone. Testosterone attorneys claim that many drug companies, including the manufacturers of AndroGel have promoted these drugs above and beyond... Read More »

Tylenol Liver Damage Drug Lawsuit

Tylenol Use May Trigger Stevens Johnson Syndrome

The popular over-the-counter pain reliever Tylenol has recently been linked to Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a life-threatening skin disorder in which cell death causes the epidermis to separate from the dermis. Symptoms of SJS include hives, rash, facial swelling, and the inability... Read More »

Lipitor Diabetes Lawsuit

Lipitor Diabetes Lawsuit Filed By California Woman

A California resident recently filed yet another Lipitor diabetes lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc., alleging that the drug caused her to develop type-2 diabetes. The 65-year-old plaintiff, Rose R., began taking Lipitor in November 2004 at the direction of her physician,... Read More »

Metal Hip Implant Lawsuit

Metal Hip Implant Lawsuit Filed by Georgia Man

A Georgia resident recently filed a metal hip implant lawsuit against DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, alleging that the company’s implant was defective. The plaintiff, Ramesh P.,was implanted with DePuy ASR hip implant in 2007, and has since... Read More »


Benicar Lawsuit Alleges Man Suffered GI Side Effects

A Kentucky man filed a Benicar lawsuit against the drug's makers, alleging that the drug caused symptoms mimicking celiac disease. In this Benicar lawsuit, Plaintiff Virgil P. alleges that he suffered serious Benicar side effects. According to his Benicar lawsuit, he began... Read More »


Alabama Parents Blame Zofran for Daughter’s Birth Defects

Parents of a daughter born with congenital heart defects have filed a Zofran lawsuit, attributing those birth defects to GlaxoSmithKline’s anti-nausea drug. Plaintiffs Christina M. and Daniel P. of Alabama are suing on behalf of their minor daughter, referred to as “A.P.”... Read More »


Massachusetts EPA Fines Company for Asbestos Violations

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection fined a company for failing to remove asbestos according to state regulations. Fitchburg Properties LLC faces a penalty of $35,625 for improper removal of asbestos from a decommissioned heating system. In September 2013, state environmental inspectors... Read More »


Dilantin Use Carries Risk of Serious Skin Condition SJS

Dilantin, also known as phenytoin or phenytoin sodium, had been on the market since the 1930s, prescribed as an anti-seizure drug for epileptics. The drug, manufactured by Pfizer, is also used as a precautionary measure against seizures for people who suffer head... Read More »


Pradaxa Lawsuit Filed By Louisiana Woman Over Gastrointestinal Bleed

A Louisiana resident has filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals for allegations that their anticoagulant drug Pradaxa caused her to develop a life-threatening internal bleeding injury Plaintiff Cleary H. had been prescribed Pradaxa by her cardiologist to treat her heart... Read More »

IVC filter pulmonary embolism

Lawsuit: IVC Filter Broke, Caused Serious Damages

C.R. Bard was hit with another inferior vena cava (IVC) lawsuit from a woman who allegedly suffered from the design defects of the product. The injured patient claimed that the IVC filter failed with the product breaking apart and causing serious injury... Read More »

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Physician Files Unum Lawsuit After Disability Claim Denied

A former physician at Duke University Medical Center filed a insurance claim denial lawsuit against long-term disability benefits provider Unum Life Insurance Company. Dr. Karen M. of North Carolina claims she was forced to stop working as a general practitioner in February... Read More »